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It is always a humbling experience to receive a video game for review. Masters of Anima came in as a digital download on the Playstation 4. This fantasy video game puts us in a strange world. There is magic and mages that are considered shapers. They shape monsters to fight for them. These monsters can also do things like move large objects. The evil golems have returned to wreck havoc on the lands.

The issues families can have with Masters of Anima is magic, violence, religious teachings of a false goddess, summoning, and more. The voice acting in Masters of Anima is okay. It is neat to hear the voices in English. Emotion is relayed as was the attitudes of the different characters. The music in Masters of Anima is really good. I enjoyed listening to it in this downloadable only home console video game.

Masters of Anima feels like so many other recent indie titles. The overhead viewpoint is pretty neat to see. I am perplexed that any company would try to proselytize their false goddess beliefs in a country that claims to be a super majority Christian. It would be like naming your car breaks down and expecting it to sell. It is just counter productive. Don't these companies have people that look at these things?

A lot of Masters of Anima is part of the role playing cliches now. We play an apprentice who must go on a journey to save this fantasy world. Masters of Anima never made me actually care about this world. Masters of Anima has neat art and graphics. I would expect that with the 2.3 gig download. The main character Otto wants to rebuild the lands with their power instead of use it for military protection. The events of Masters of Anima show how wrong that opinion is.

I like the narrator in Masters of Anima. He is pretty cool and does a good job. I wish more companies would find narrators like that. I would love an opportunity to be narrator myself some day. I know my dad can do it really well. There are plenty of people who should be given opportunities to narrate. I am glad that narrator of Masters of Anima was given an opportunity. Not all of us are afforded that.
- Teen Gamer


Graphics: 60%
Sound: 70%
Replay/Extras: 60%
Gameplay: 60%
Family Friendly Factor: 50%

System: Nintendo Switch/Xbox One/PS Vita/PS4(tested)
Publisher: Focus Home Interactive
Developer: Passtech Games
Rating: 'E10+' for Everyone TEN and OLDER ONLY {Fantasy Violence}
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Value/Cost of the review is greater than value/cost of provided product

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